Who is my contact person?
Your contact person is Eike Manusch. She answers all sorts of questions regarding the job offers and your application.
How does the application process work?
After we receive your application we check it thoroughly. This can take a few days, depending on how many departments are included. If your application was convincing, we contact you in order to make an appointment for an interview.
Which documents should I send in with the application?
In order for us to be able to work on your application as fast as possible, we ask you to provide with the following documents:
- Cover letter
- School leaving-, apprenticeship certificates or college diploma (resp. current school report card)
- Work-/internship references
- If applicable references regarding further qualifications
I didn’t find the job that suits me but would like to work with EVISCAN. Can I send in a speculative application as well?
We are pleased to receive speculative applications. Just send it in to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I work with EVISCAN next to my studies?
Yes, we are convinced that theory and practice should work together. Thus we regularly offer students the chance to gain some experience while working with us during an internship, doing a thesis or as student staff.
Can I also do an orientation internship ahead of my studies?
Internships in preparation for the studies can be done with us.
Is the name of the company German eForensics or EVISCAN?
The name of our company is German eForensics, the name of the product is EVISCAN.
How often do I have to be at the premises when I write my bachelor-/master thesis or do an internship?
With us, theses and internships are full time jobs. Thus, you are in the office Monday through Friday. However, detailed working hours are jointly agreed upon.